Monday, October 21, 2019
A TAU researchers says that the key to understanding why more boys are diagnosed with autism may all be in the genes.
A team of Israeli brothers have a invented a safe, lighter alternative to traditional breast implants.
Studying the struggle between e. coli and prey could generate alternatives to antibiotics, Hebrew University researchers say.
As part of the initiative, volunteer medics pay weekly house calls to elderly people, many of whom are Holocaust survivors who live on their own.
IDF adopts vegan-friendly diet.
EZ CPR, an Israeli app that was launched this week, provides instructions on how to perform CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) in emergency situations.
Prof. Micah Leshem of the Department of Psychology at the University of Haifa said conventional wisdom suggests eating salty foods makes you thirsty.
In the US, hip fracture fixation is performed on 258,000 patients; spinal fusion accounts for 350,000 persons every year.
Marijuana use is illegal in Israel. However, the herb is gaining wider acceptance in the country among those who tout marijuana’s medicinal properties.
Two studies focus on new potential drug-treatment research through a careful study of, and link between, colorectal cancer and melanoma.


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